NEMSIS Public Release Research data sets from 2012 through 2016 were used for this analysis.
This cross-sectional evaluation of the large NEMSIS Public Release Research data sets from 2012 to 2016 demonstrated that the increase in the rate of all naloxone administration by EMS parallels the increase in rate of fatal opioid overdoses.
The accuracy and completeness of data entered into the NEMSIS Public Release Research data set are dependent on correct and thorough entries by EMS personnel.
Description of the 2012 NEMSIS public-release research dataset.
3.0 compliant and able to provide in NEMSIS
2 until the State of NC is able to process NEMSIS
At a minimum, the proposed ePCR System must be National EMS Information Systems (NEMSIS
) certified as v3.3.4, or as thereafter updated.
The RMS software shall have the capability to submit NEMSIS
v3.0 data to the Iowa Department of Public Health Bureau of Emergency and Trauma Services consistent with their regulations.
The EPCR solution is National Emergency Medical Services Information System (NEMSIS) 2.2.1
The EPCR vendor s product is NEMSIS 3 compliant, or the vendor is able to document that it is
Assisted by National EMS Information System (NEMSIS
) Technical Assistance Center